The Middle East

The Middle East: In-Depth Reports

What Is Wrong with Europe’s “Iran Policy?”

Despite Risks, Italy’s Government Aids Investment in Iran Read More »

Back to Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations? – Some Basic Truths

Israel holds these truths to be self-evident Read More »

The Peel Commission Report of 1937 and the Origins of the Partition Concept

The vision of peace through compromise and partition endures in the spirit of the Peel Commission’s proposed solution. Read More »

The PA-Hamas Negotiations: Reconciliation or Complete Disarray?

Who will police the main entry gate to Gaza? Read More »

Escalation in the Conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia

Iran Now Threatens the Emirates Read More »

Iran Plots Assassinations to Achieve Shiite Crescent in the Middle East

Who is on Iran’s hit list? Read More »

Is the Saudi Throne Shaking?

The Saudi Ship of State Sails through Foreign and Domestic Shoals Read More »

Hizbullah Rejects Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s Resignation

Did Hariri fear an assassination attempt, like the one that killed his father? Read More »

Is the Balfour Declaration a Legally Binding Document?

When is a unilateral declaration binding? Does this apply in the case of the Balfour Declaration? Read More »

Why Kurdistan Matters

The Kurdish defeat in Iraq actually represented a triple tragedy. Read More »

The Terror Tunnels of Gaza

Hamas’ Strategic Weapons Thwarted Once Again Read More »

The Historical Significance of the Balfour Declaration

The Balfour Declaration is important because it recognizes the historical bond of the Jewish People to the Holy Land, a bond which existed long before the declaration. Read More »

Hamas Sees Reconciliation with Fatah as Step toward Destroying Israel

Hamas has no intention to moderate its positions Read More »

Iran Steps Up Its Economic Domination in Syria

A Shi’ite Railway from Tehran to the Mediterranean Read More »

How the Palestinian “Unity” Talks Put Iran in the Mix

Hamas wants “other organizations” included. Read More »